Shane Reeves wins the Republican primary against Joe Carr in the 14th State Senate special election.
It's time for voters in the 14th Senatorial District to choose the Republican they support to succeed Jim Tracy. Former state Representative Joe Carr or local businessman Shane Reeves.
Two local candidates apparently have two vastly different campaign styles. That being said, it will be interesting to listen to both sides when they hit the WGNS airwaves on Friday morning at 8:10.
A political forum between 14th District State Senate Republican Primary candidates Joe Carr and Shane Reeves will be on WGNS Friday morning, January 12, 2018.
Conservative Republican Joe Carr has launched a new series of radio ads on stations throughout the 14th State Senate District.
Conservative Republican Joe Carr has launched his first radio ads for the special election in the 14th State Senate Republican primary election scheduled for January 25th.
Dates for the special election to fill the open state senate seat for Rutherford and adjoining counties has been set by Governor Haslam.
Former State Senator Jim Tracy, who resigned his position this week to accept a job as state director of the USDA, has endorsed Shane Reeves to replace him.
Former State Representative Joe Carr formally announces his candidacy to represent Tennessee's 14th Senate District of the Tennessee General Assembly.
U.S. Senator Bob Corker (R-Tennessee) announced he would not seek a third term to the upper chamber. Who are possible politicians who may seek the open seat?
Former State Representative Joe Carr announced Thursday that FoxNews host Judge Jeanine Pirro will be the featured speaker at this year's 9th Annual T-Bones & Politics fundraising event in Lascassas, TN.
Former Rutherford County State Representative Joe Carr said with the Supreme Court's 4-4 tie vote Thursday, President Obama's unconstitutional immigration plan was defeated.
Chris Devaney was re-elected as chairman of the Tennessee Republican party, defeating former State Representative Joe Carr of Lascassas.
"I've been a Tennessee Republican since 1978, run several successful small businesses, represented the 48th District for 6 years and received over 271,000....
TN State Rep. and U.S. Senate candidate Joe Carr released the following statement in reaction to Sen. Lamar Alexander going negative and attacking Carr:
The Joe Carr for Senate campaign announced that the National Association for Gun Rights Political Action Committee (NAGR-PAC) has endorsed the campaign...
The Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund today announced its support of the Joe Carr for Senate campaign joining a growing coalition standing behind Carr and against incumbent Senator Lamar Alexander.
State Representative Joe Carr sent a letter to Commissioner Bill Gibbons of the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security requesting information about the possible influx of illegal immigrants into Tennessee.
Lamar Alexander is showing little interest in taking up Joe Carr on a debate challenge in advance of the Republican Senate primary in August.
If some leaders in Tennessee had their way, individuals conducting business online who have no physical presence or storefront in our state would be subjected to harsh regulations and increased taxes.
State Representative Joe Carr, along with thirteen of his colleagues in the Tennessee General Assembly, released a signed letter and issued a statement calling on Tennessee Education Commissioner Kevin Huffman to resign...
Today, the Joe Carr for Senate Campaign announced the endorsements of Middle Tennessee Representatives Sheila Butt (R-Columbia), Judd Matheny (R-Tullahoma), Mark Pody (R-Lebanon), Courtney Rogers (R-Goodlettsville), Mike Sparks (R-Smyrna), Billy Spivey (R-Lewisburg), and Rick Womick (R-Rockvale).
NASHVILLE - The Joe Carr for Senate Campaign announced the endorsement of Middle Tennessee Senator Joey Hensley (R-Hohenwald).
Statement from Representative Joe Carr in response to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s endorsement of Senator Alexander on Thursday afternoon:
Local woman seeking election to the 14th District Republican Party State Executive Committeewoman seat for the Tennessee Republican Party.
The Carr for U.S. Senate Campaign announced its first-quarter fundraising total of $255,000 – the campaign’s best quarter to date.
“The president’s directive—combined with his support for a minimum wage hike, his executive order increasing minimum wage for federal employees..."
48th District State Representative Joe Car addressed a Core Rally in Nashville Wednesday, and called on Senator Lamar Alexander to join with Tennesseans to stop Common Core.
UPDATE on GUN RAFFLE: The Joe Carr for Senate campaign today announced that over 30,000 people have shown their support for the 2nd Amendment by signing up for a chance to win a Beretta 92A1.
Joe Carr, conservative Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, today released the following statement regarding the debt limit increase being considered by the Senate.
The Carr for U.S. Senate Campaign filed its fourth-quarter FEC fundraising report showing $405,150 cash on hand, $251,173 raised in the fourth-quarter, and $609,154 in total receipts for the campaign to date.
“I’m the only Republican candidate who can be trusted to fight for the unborn. Senator Alexander sometimes claims to be pro-life, but he has made it clear on repeated occasions that he does not support a constitutional amendment protecting life. His unwillingness to stand for the unborn is unfortunate, and yet another reason why he should not be given a third term,” said Joe Carr.
Dr. Terry, a Republican, stated, “As your state Representative, I’ll support the conservative principles that have made our country great like limited government, fiscal responsibility, individual liberty and personal responsibility.
Friday, the United States Senate passed a continuing resolution stripping the House provision defunding the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Sen. Harry Reid has filed for cloture on the motion to proceed to House Joint Resolution 59, the Continuing Resolution. The test vote in the Senate is scheduled for tomorrow, Wednesday, September 24, 2013, and a second key vote is set for later in the week.
Coggin serves as director of AdamsPlace Independent Living in Murfreesboro, and he previously served as director of development at Middle Tennessee Christian School.
WGNS received an official statement from U-S Congressman Scott DesJarlais, M.D. (Republican of the 4th District Representing Rutherford County).
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